Summer travel may already be starting to heat up as families make up for time lost during the pandemic.
But this year, instead of flying to their destination, many people are hitting the road and renting RVs for their trips.
Chuck Fedora lives in Cape Coral and has traveled via RV since he was in his 20s. “It’s a different type of traveling,” Fedora said.
He describes it as a “different” type of traveling. “Great Lakes one year, after Idaho or Montana, all the way up to the Washington coast one year,” said Fedora.
Fedora says the pandemic has changed his travel plans altogether. “Our flying days are over until this is over, and we are motor-homing it,” he said.
He and thousands of other travelers are motor-homing it this summer and, it’s changing the industry.